Christianity does not affect Atheists

I hear them say this every now and again, Why do you keep harping on about Christianity, it does not affect your life. If someone wants to pray just let them, it's no skin off your nose, Show some respect, it won't hurt. So why do they say this, are they right or are they just lying for Jesus?

This article uses Christianity as an example. Because I live in an area that is mostly Christian, I don't get Muslims threatening me with Shaitan and other dastardly stuff, I do get Christians calling me the anti-Christ, Threatening me with hell fire and offering prayers for me, so I talk about Christianity more than most other religions. If someone was trying to implement Shariah Law in my country, I'd be screaming about it from the top of the roof. There is no religion that is better than another in my book except maybe for Thor. I don't see any Ice Giants.

My kids went through both primary school and high school subjected to the morning prayer, they were taught about the magnificence of God and a whole lot more. I live in a country that is secular. This means there are a multitude of religions and there are those evil Godless Atheists as well. Not one of these life views should be given preference in a school. There were a few Muslims that complained about Bacon sarnies at School and they soon got told, if you don't like them don't buy them. When someone had the temerity to point out that the law forbids teaching of any specific doctrine at a publically funded school, the instigator was hounded out of the school.

Does Christianity affect Atheists or not?

I went to a public meeting about crime and security. There were a few Muslims about, a Jewish fellow known to me and again a Godless Atheist. Someone stood up and asked for God to be included in the meeting. The Atheist objected not only on his behalf but on behalf of those that didn't support baby Jesus. The jeers and threats of violence were astounding.

Does Christianity affect Atheists or not?

A gay couple wants to get married and the Christian majority has screaming conniptions, They are not being told they have to have a gay marriage, just allow someone to love whom they will. Not all gays are Atheists but some are. They are being denied equality because they dare to go against the doctrine.

Does Christianity affect Atheists or not?

An Atheist man in Nigeria has been committed to an insane asylum for speaking against religion and denying God. He must be mad right?

An Atheist man in Mpumalanga lost most of his clients because a really Moral Christian decided to out this evil doer to his clientele.

Does Christianity affect Atheists or not?

Even Wedding Cakes can be gay. A Bakery in Ireland refused to bake a Cake for a couple that were getting married. How baking a cake can be morally objectionable is beyond me, just because they want two brides or two grooms on the top?

It is Women's month, a time of reflecting on the joys of having women in the world, Feminists are running rampant and breaking the religious teachings, How they can assimilate within religions that see them as untermensch, the deceiver and the cause of original sin, escapes me.

1 Corinthians 14:34-35 "Women should remain silent in the assemblies. They are not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the Law says. If they want to inquire about something, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in the assembly" (NIV).

Fired up 2014-08-07 11:52:17 AM
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Siebert Mazus 2014-08-07 11:52:30 AM
Godless writes: -When someone had the temerity to point out that the law forbids teaching of any specific doctrine at a publically funded school, the instigator was hounded out of the school.- Yip. My exact experience as well. When my kids were at school, I objected to Christian classes my kids were forced to attend. No need to say, I was ejected from the governing body of that school very quickly...
Seek Anfind 2014-08-07 12:04:04 PM
as an atheist I have found myself shunned by both christians and muslims alike. they tend to be incapable of seeing anyone else's point of view and can be very attacking and derogatory if given half a chance. personally I feel that if there were a god, it would far prefer the atheists compared to the rest of the human population. .
Dan Dadog947 2014-08-07 12:13:33 PM
Uncle GH, you make valid points :(
Charms 2014-08-07 12:32:35 PM
I agree completely - my mom's sisters and brothers would rather go to church on a Sunday than come and visit her - they never have money for petrol but can drive over 140 km to their church, not to mention the 10% they give to their Brother Brennen clan....pathetic!
Thomas Freeman 2014-08-07 12:33:39 PM
Till the 1850 it was considered impossible to be an atheist as everyone was a Christian. Today it is impossible to be a Christian without turning your back on logic, reason and science. Why would any sane and reasonable person do that?
Wehr Wulf 2014-08-07 12:47:51 PM
Last night my youngest boy told me - who attends a staunchly four times a day over the intercom and assembly religious blab blab school; when it starts and even when the kids are asked to bow their heads in prayer, he takes out his iPhone and plays games. He says he's not alone, there are several like him smiling at each other. Pi$$es the teachers off no end but like he says, it's his right so they can't say anything. Makes one so proud.
Thomas Freeman 2014-08-07 12:50:25 PM
Look at what Joshua Generations Pastor had to say; “Let everyone know – it is time for us to stand together! Please note, through our drive to rally Churches we hope to throw the weight of a UNITED CHURCH behind other conflicts the Church is facing (like the Creare case), as well as those we will undoubtedly face in future. Please spread the word and get your pastors to stand united with the wider Church that is rallying now to defend these freedoms.” And this is what they believe, which is okay if they keep it in the Church halls but they want to make the whole world follow their beliefs as commissioned by Jesus Christ himself. Statement of beliefs taken from their website: 1. We believe in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament in their original writings. 2. We regard the Scriptures as being final as to authority and infallible as to truth, regarding all facets of church life and discipline. 3. We believe in one God, eternally existing in three persons, namely Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Brent 2014-08-07 01:55:48 PM
did you ever consider the possibility that you're not liked because you behave like an @$S?
David Wadsworth 2014-08-07 02:32:01 PM
Wow Godless Heathen this even disgusts me and i am a "christian" put like that because i refuse to conform to what most of christian people are like. I just wish people could just leave us to our own choices and would stop trying to force their likes onto everyone else. I get really embarrassed when i read articles like this. i was taught not to judge regardless and to accept people for who they are and what they believe as long as they did not hurt other people in the process and i try and live this as i would hope that's how i get treated.